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Your health: Study says self-harm, suicide attempts climb among U.S. girls
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A disturbing new study finds the number of girls intentionally hurting themselves has been rising since 2009. Researchers at the CDC analyzed rates of emergency department visits related to self-inflicted injuries from 2001 to 2015. Children and young adults between the ages of 10 and 24 were included in the study. Poisoning was the most common method of self-harm.

Buying used makeup may save you money, but at what cost?
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Buying used makeup could save you as much as $30 on top brands. But is it safe? We purchased some samples and had them lab tested to see what, if any, contaminants were present.

Casino robbery follows attempted robbery earlier four blocks away
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Billings Police responded to reports of a robbery and an attempted robbery at two separate casinos, around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening. The first was at the Cypress Bayou Casino on Grand Avenue. Police say a man, with his face covered, entered the Cypress Bayou Casino just before 6 p.m. with a handgun. A worker at the casino told KULR-8 the man walked up to her, pointed the gun at her and said, quote -- "You know the routine." She says she told him she had no access to any o...

One man dead following Knife River accident
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

One man is dead following an accident at Knife River Tuesday evening. The call came in around 5:30 p.m. and emergency crews were dispatched to the Knife River location off Hesper Road. 

Montana-made star topper for U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to make stop in Billings
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree is from Montana, but did you know the star that will top the tree was made in Montana too?

Hardin residents react to news of possible plant closure
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A coal plant in Hardin could shut down if a buyer is not found by early 2018 Surprisingly, many residents in the small community of Hardin were not aware of this news. 

Billings police ask for help identifying casino robbery suspect
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

The Billings Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating an armed robbery suspect.

Plans to turn Rimrock Elementary into Learning Center revealed
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

School District Two superintendent Terry Bouk announced Monday night the school will reopen, but it won't open as a school.

Amount of officers on administrative leave strains the Billings Police Department
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

Five officers are now on administrative leave following an officer involved shooting over the weekend, bringing the total to thirteen officers within the last month who have been put on leave.

UPDATE: Decapitated body found on S. 32nd St. W. identified
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

Body found in field off of South 32nd Street in Billings has been identified.

University of Wyoming Today

University of Wyoming Today for May 5, 2016
Posted on Thursday May 05, 2016

You’ll hear about plans to have Wyoming school groups participate in next year’s total eclipse of the sun as it passes over Wyoming; about the importance of having Harriet Tubman’s image on the $20 bill; and about a new intervention program that teaches students to offer help in potentially dangerous situations.

University of Wyoming Today for April 28, 2016
Posted on Thursday April 28, 2016

You’ll hear about the employment prospects for the class of 2016 and learn about an initiative to elevate UW to the top tier of U.S. engineering colleges; and a historian will assess author John Steinbeck’s influence on the culture of his time.

University of Wyoming Today for April 21, 2016
Posted on Thursday April 21, 2016

A history professor will describe the severe blizzard of 1949; a researcher will describe a scale he developed to measure pain caused by insect stings; and you’ll hear about a symposium to explore the latest advances in drone technology.

University of Wyoming Today for April 14, 2016
Posted on Thursday April 14, 2016

You’ll hear about a significant wildlife migration study that has important implications for Wyoming’s mule deer population. A student government leader will share her impressions of a recent visit to a university in Shanghai, China; and an entomologist discusses prospects for a major grasshopper outbreak this summer.

University of Wyoming Today for April 7, 2016
Posted on Thursday April 07, 2016

You’ll hear about one of the world’s most significant bison kill sites, and learn how top international performers are attracted to Wyoming, and about the advantages offered by an MBA degree.

University of Wyoming Today for March 31, 2016
Posted on Thursday March 31, 2016

You’ll hear how Wyoming has taken the lead in managing iconic threatened species including grizzly bears and sage grouse, and learn how the state is affected by the worldwide phenomena of vanishing amphibians and disappearing honey bees.

University of Wyoming Today for March 24, 2016
Posted on Thursday March 24, 2016

You’ll hear about obtaining productive vegetable gardens at high elevations; learn about the latest findings on the effects of electronic cigarettes; and about a new digital laboratory that encourages collaboration among scientists and artists.

University of Wyoming Today for March 10, 2016
Posted on Thursday March 10, 2016

An economist will discuss possible outcomes of raising the federal minimum wage; a specialist will describe how Wyoming is affected by the El Nino phenomenon; and an American history professor will explain Italy’s connection to the American West.

University of Wyoming Today for March 3, 2016
Posted on Thursday March 03, 2016

A Constitutional law professor will explain how the lengthy delay in replacing the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could influence the outcome on some important decisions coming before the court. You’ll learn what’s behind attempts to take over federal lands, and how beavers are helping to manage ecological systems in Wyoming’s riparian areas.

University of Wyoming Today for February 25, 2016
Posted on Thursday February 25, 2016

You’ll hear an English Professor discuss the worldwide popularity of the late Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird,” and about a new program to assist incarcerated women. You’ll also learn about some of the world’s oldest books that can be touched and read in a UW rare books library.

University of Wyoming Today for February 18, 2016
Posted on Thursday February 18, 2016

You'll hear about recent legal and international developments involving climate change, learn about Wyoming's history as a leader in the world's wool industry, and hear about a conference that will bring the region's top engineering students to UW.

University of Wyoming Today for February 11, 2016
Posted on Thursday February 11, 2016

You'll learn about the popular culture collections at the American Heritage Center and hear from the authors of books on UW history and Wyoming ecology. A law professor will discuss immigration reform, and the Wyoming Union is ranked among the nation's best.

University of Wyoming Today for February 4, 2016
Posted on Thursday February 04, 2016

You’ll learn why some southerners place so much importance on icons such as the Confederate battle flag and hear about the growing concern over cyber security; and a researcher will share new findings about the relationship between an animal’s’ brain size and its intelligence.

University of Wyoming Today for January 28, 2016
Posted on Thursday January 28, 2016

You’ll hear about artistic traditions in Wyoming hunting and fishing, learn about research into the genetics of trophy game animals and hear from the author of a new book about the state’s 117 mammal species.

University of Wyoming Today for January 21, 2016
Posted on Thursday January 21, 2016

An oil and gas economist will explain the consequences of lifting the ban on crude oil exports, and an expert will discuss the future prospects of solar energy. An astronomer tells about UW’s discovery of some of the galaxy’s fastest moving objects, and you’ll hear about a program that last year contributed more than $13 million to Wyoming’s economy.

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